STEVE AOKI: “Neon Future” ft Empire of the Sun Video Out Now – Watch Here!


STEVE AOKI‘s conceptual video series continues with the release of“Neon Future”featuringEmpire of the Sun.

The title track frompart 1 ofthe two-part albumNEON FUTUREfeaturesLuke Steele, frontman of award- winning Australian duoEmpire Of The Sun, whose debut track“Walking On A Dream”brought the pair international acclaim and launched them into the spotlight in 2008.

The video,directed byMike HarrisofLord Danger,seesLuke Steelesinging to a decadent, high-end dining hall full of statuesque bystanders untilAOKIcrashes the party, peasantry and laborers in tow, bringing everyone tolife.The scene then evolves into a futuristic masquerade meets full-blown rave in a video full of verve and color.

Further news comes asSTEVEhas just been announced as an Executive Producer and soundtrack curator ofTheNerdist’sfirst feature film acquisitionThe Hive. King-of-the-Geek’sChris Hardwickand his team atThe Nerdistdebuted the first trailer atSan Diego Comic-Conthis past weekend, promisingto deliver a combination of love, terror, amnesia and zombies.

Directed by up-and-coming writer and directorDavid Yaroveskyand produced byCary GranatofScream 2andScream 3fame, the film was dubbed byGuardians of the GalaxydirectorJames Gunnas “the most horrifying and disgusting love story ever.”The Hiveis scheduled for an autumn release.

NEON FUTURE PART IIwas released in May and featuresLinkin Park,Matthew Koma,Snoop Lion,Rivers CuomoandNERVO.

Check out the music video below!

Written by Juliet Schroder

Juliet Schroder

Juliet is the founder and executive producer/host of Celeb Secrets and Celeb Secrets Country. When not reporting on the latest news in pop culture and country music, she enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, and exploring the latest fashion trends.

Juliet holds a B.S. in marketing from St. John's University.

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